Volvo dealers in Russia began to accept orders for cars of 2021 model year

Russian Automotive Market Research

From May 1, the line-up of cars of 2021 model year will be available for order in official Volvo dealerships in Russia. Prices for all models except Volvo XC90 SUV remained unchanged.

The entire model line-up received updated standard version and the new set of additional equipment packages. Standard versions will now include 12.3-inch graphical dashboard, road sign recognition system, self-darkening exterior side mirrors and interior rearview mirror. The new Volvo cars also feature electronic speed limit of up to 180 km/h.

The version Momentum was supplemented with high-pressure headlight washer, 12V outlets in the luggage compartment, electric rear head restraints, etc. The version Inscription received video camera for easier parking, front and rear parking radars. The version R-Design has all premium Inscription options.

In addition, the entire line-up of cars will receive the «Clean air» system with multi-filter and solid particle sensor as an additional option. The driver will be able to set the necessary settings in advance through the Volvo On Call app.

The company also announced that T6 AWD engine will leave the Russian market, but there will be T8 engines with the technology of a rechargeable hybrid.

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